Free Tiny Crochet Flowers Garland Pattern For Spring and Summer Decoration
Crochet these super cute tiny crochet flowers to make into a decorative garland or bunting. Great for spring or summer home decor.
I am so excited to be bringing you these cute tiny crochet flowers. It is a super easy crochet pattern that works up super quick.
I have recently finished a big garment design pattern I was working on for some time. I graded it for nine different sizes. So, to say my brain needed a break, was an understatement.
I was sat in the garden the other morning, sipping on my morning cup of coffee. It was a rare morning when the house was calm and quiet.
The urge to create something quick and easy suddenly came over me. I was looking for an instant gratification.
The craving for a quick and easy project was strong. Then, I remembered talking to my friend who has recently redecorated her daughter’s bedroom.
She was looking for flower decorations to add a few finishing touches.
With this in mind, I set out to replicate a cute tiny flower that I can string together and create a garland.
I was so pleased with the pattern. Mainly because I started and finished it the very same morning.
Tiny Crochet Flowers Garland Video Tutorial
These tiny crochet flowers are so quick and easy to make! They only consist of two crochet rounds!
I have also filmed a video tutorial on how to make these tiny crochet flowers.
As well as that, you will also learn hot to attach these small crochet flowers together to make a garland.
For this cute small crochet flower pattern you will need to know how to work the single crochet bobble stitch. This is an easy stitch I have created to add an extra body to a humble single crochet stitch.
You can check out the video tutorial on my YouTube Channel. Please subscribe to my channel while you are there too!
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MATERIALS NEEDED FOR CROCHETING TINY FLOWERS
- Hobbii Acacia Yarn (DK weight; 51% Acrylic, 49% Cotton; 250 m per 100g ball) x small amount in Ecru, Ballerina and Daffodil or any suitable substitute yarn
- 4 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
FINISHED SIZE OF CROCHET FLOWERS
finished garland measures 2.75 m
the flower 4 cm in diameter
not important for this project
STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS (US CROCHET TERMS)
ch- chain stitch
sc bo – single crochet bobble stitch, watch video tutorial HERE.
sl st- slip stitch
hdc – half double crochet
For abbreviations master list as set out by Craft Yarn Council, please CLICK HERE.
CROCHET FLOWERS PATTERN NOTES
- the flower isworked over two rounds
- the first round consists of single crochet bobble stitches
- the second round creates six petals, one in each st from Rnd 1
- there is also a full video tutorial available
TINY CROCHET FLOWERS GARLAND MAIN PATTERN
Start with Daffodil yarn, create magic circle.
Rnd 1: 1 ch (does not count as a stitch), 6 sc bo into the magic circle, sl st to top of first st. [6 sc bo]
Fasten off. Join in Ballerina yarn.
Rnd 2: * 2 ch, 3 hdc into the same st at the bottom of 2 ch, 2 ch, sl st into the same st at the bottom of the petal, sl st into next sc bo stitch; repeat from * around working the last sl st into the stitch at the bottom of the first petal. [6 petals]
Fasten off. Sew in all ends
How to attach tiny crochet flowers into a garland
To attach the flowers to a garland, with Ecru yarn chain 40 sts.
Insert hook under loop of the sc bo st on the back of the flower, yarn over and pull through both loops.
Chain 3, insert hook under the loop of the sc bo st opposite to the one you have just used, yarn over and pull through both loops.
Chain 30 and attach another flower the same way as described above.
After you attach the last flower, chain 40 and fasten off.
I hope you enjoyed this tiny crochet flowers garland pattern. I have more free crochet patterns and tutorials that you might enjoy right here on the blog.
Other quick patterns you might like:
- Lacy Crochet Gift Card Holder Free Pattern
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